Everyday we get bombarded with messages regarding what brand-new car we need to drive, what shiny new computer we need to do simple word processing or browse the internet, or what big home we need to be happy. Don’t get me wrong, I like the look and smell of new things just as the next […]
The spark for this site was struck many years ago, long before the Financial Independence Retiring Early (FIRE) movement had been defined by the pioneers of this topic to include Mister Money Mustache and his contemporaries. Mrs. Fire and I are a dual military couple living in the Washington DC area, with 3 “active” children. […]
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